This presentation is designed as a limited-scope "tutorial" and is aimed primarily at the CFDer who has not been exposed to stability and control problems. Examples of some classic S&C problems are used for illustration. S&C is a fundamental technology for enabling flight, but significant problems with the prediction of S&C characteristics persists, especially where separated flow is involved. Even after 100 years of flight, experimental methods still have significant limitations. Experimental and computational tools can and must be complementary. NASA Flight Prediction Workshop (Williamsburg, Virginia, November 2002) brought together experts from government, industry, and academia to discuss problems associated with state-of-the-art flight prediction. Among the concerns highlighted were deficiencies in S&C prediction lack of calibrated CFD tools for aerodynamic prediction in general.